NGN International, the security services provider and systems integrator headquartered in the Kingdom of Bahrain, announced the launch of its new logo and identity, reflecting the company’s continuous growth, renewal, diversity of fields, and future aspirations.
The new design of the company’s identity presents its core values and philosophy of work in a simple, clear, and easy-to-understand manner. It portrays the harmony of its elements, additionally, its prominent triple dimension look indicates the implications of advanced technical fields and modern applications of the ICT field.
Mr. Yaqoob Al Awadhi, CEO of NGN International, said: “With the introduction of this new logo, we aim to keep up with the significant advancements we have made to our work in recent years, as well as our expansion from the Kingdom of Bahrain to various regional and international markets. We also wanted to present ourselves to our clients in a modern way that would help them recognize the high-quality standards of the services we offer them.”
“It took a while to create the new logo until we arrived with this refreshed and outlandish design that depicts the rapidly advancing modern technologies. We were also eager to engage our workforce in this project to strengthen their feelings of belonging and loyalty and to ensure that they are once again part of the company’s journey towards growth and expansion.”
The objective of the new design of the company’s identity, according to Mr. Al Awadhi, is to show the depth and extent of the business. It also suggests that the company roams the globe to offer the best services that satisfy its client’s needs. As the new identity comes to give another dimension and a profound revelation to the ambitious new strategy of the company in the next stage, this is also a new shift that affirms the company’s keenness to connect and keep pace with global advancements.
Mr. Al Awadhi indicated that the new identity also reflects the development witnessed by “NGN Training Center”, and its efforts in the field of upskilling and reskilling national cadres in different areas of emerging technologies.